Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the UK will not pay the £1.7bn demanded by the European Union by next month.
SMEs want their staging dates pushed back while legislation is outstanding.
There are some serious issues involving annuities at the moment and they deserve serious discussion.
The impending sunset clause is set to fundamentally change the way advisers do business.
Those who promote outsourcing lock, stock and barrel simply do not understand the role of investment in financial planning.
When three business leaders of competing businesses all step down within a few weeks of each other, one starts to wonder what is going on.
The Treasury is full of praise for the organisations it has chosen to deliver the guidance guarantee - with one notable omission.
Osborne has made things worse with his vague promises of guidance to support the pension reforms next year
A steep rise in non-advised sales has sparked fears that advice is being disguised as execution-only to get around suitability rules
Money Marketing examines all the key tax changes and market reforms politicians have in store for advisers in the next parliament
The Chancellor’s cut to the 55 per cent death tax, and the decision to extend the reforms to only certain types of annuities, means the tax system will explicity favour drawdown. So has the fate of the annuity market now been sealed?
Following the Scotland No vote, the ensuing political row over ‘English votes for English laws’ has left financial services firms still wary of the future of the UK
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Retirement Planning Summit
Association of British Insurers deputy director general Huw Evans tells Tom Selby how insurers are coping with the barrage of pension reforms emanating from Whitehall.
Head of pensions strategy Jamie Jenkins talks capacity crunch and the role of advisers in auto-enrolment.
The Big Interview
Presented with a job at the age of 25, Stephen Message’s path to fund management is not an orthodox one